After reading your case history, study questions and case objectives; decide if you need background information (general information about the described disorder/s). if so, begin with the resources under the tab, "Background Information."
If you feel like you already have a good foundation regarding the clinical issues involved with your patient scenario but now need to check for the most current and authoritative clinical information relative to the case, you might want to start with the information under the tab, "Foreground Information."
For more assistance in deciding if you need background or foreground information, go to the tab, "Step One."
This guide contains information and links to resources to assist University of Kentucky College of Medicine 2nd year students in researching, creating and delivering their group presentations for Introduction to Clinical Medicine II (ICM II).
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